First off I'd like to apologize for not replying sooner... today was the first time I actually got an email letting me know that there were replies
Hey I recognize the unique red and white barn. How are they settling in there?
Thank you for knowing the answer as you already had a vet out, it drives me insane when people ask those questions.
I think she looks preggo as I know you are doing the feed and hay.
Happy dance, am going to sneak a snuggle with her this week.
They're all doing well right now and since we figured out a schedule that works well for everyone as far as "out" time goes it's all good. Sahara is always alone as she would rather try to kill the younguns that try to get along so we alternate the times they're out.
The vet was out tonight to give her her pneumabort (sp) shot and do a rectal exam to confirm that she's still in foal... he gave her a little sedation to do the rectal and she almost fell over when trying to turn.. it was so funny to watch her try to walk. Vet confirmed that she was right on target for her dates and also told me he felt the baby move!! YAY!!! He collected a fecal sample to test for worms and I'll get the results tomorrow but he also told me that her growing belly is definitely from the baby.. I asked him what I asked y'all and he said she's in perfect body condition. That made me feel so good
Sooo... Alex, did you in fact go out there to see them ?? Hubby wanted me to tell you that if you haven't then you better get yer skinny butt out there to look at our horses... while we're there hopefully!! AND you owe him a beer!! LOL
Vet told me that he'll be back at the end of April to give her the second shot and that he'll work on the other two at that time.. they just need a shot each and then he'll check everyone's teeth at the same time.
Now all I gotta do is get a farrier out... *sigh*
Thanks for all the replies... and I'm sorry I didn't get back to y'all sooner!